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Recall that in the l930s, when anti-Asian prejudice was commonplace in the United States, LaPiere (1934) had no trouble finding pleasant accommodations for himself and his Chinese traveling companions. Surprised, LaPiere later sent letters to the establishments they visited, asking whether Chinese visitors would be welcome. More than 90 percent of those who responded replied that they definitely would not accommodate Chinese. This study is noteworthy because it suggested that
a.   rational persuasive appeals reduce prejudice.
b.   the link between attitudes and behaviors is often tenuous.
c.   people often “tell” more than they can know.
d.   contact with people against whom we are prejudiced can actually reduce prejudice.
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